Fundamentals of Inertial Navigation, Satellite-based Positioning and their Integration

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Springer Science & Business Media, Oct 28, 2012 - Technology & Engineering - 314 pages
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Fundamentals of Inertial Navigation, Satellite-based Positioning and their Integration is an introduction to the field of Integrated Navigation Systems. It serves as an excellent reference for working engineers as well as textbook for beginners and students new to the area. The book is easy to read and understand with minimum background knowledge. The authors explain the derivations in great detail. The intermediate steps are thoroughly explained so that a beginner can easily follow the material. The book shows a step-by-step implementation of navigation algorithms and provides all the necessary details. It provides detailed illustrations for an easy comprehension.

The book also demonstrates real field experiments and in-vehicle road test results with professional discussions and analysis. This work is unique in discussing the different INS/GPS integration schemes in an easy to understand and straightforward way. Those schemes include loosely vs tightly coupled, open loop vs closed loop, and many more.

 

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Contents

1 Introduction
1
2 Basic Navigational Mathematics Reference Frames and the Earths Geometry
21
3 Global Positioning System Global positioning system
64
4 Inertial Navigation System
125
5 Inertial Navigation System Modeling
167
6 Modeling INS Errors by Linear State Equations
201
7 Kalman FilterKFKalman Filter
224
8 INSGPS Integration
247
9 ThreeDimensional Reduced Inertial Sensor Systemreduced inertial sensor systemGPS Integration for LandBased Vehicles
272
10 Two Case Studies Full IMUGPS and 3D RISSGPS Integration
297
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Aboelmagd Noureldin, Tashfeen B. Karamat, Jacques Georgy

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